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Blog Posts in 2019

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  • Common Reasons for Child Custody Modifications
    Common Reasons for Child Custody Modifications

    When parents first get divorced , they can be somewhat overwhelmed or daunted by the process. Sometimes getting the courts involved in every intimate aspect of their private and financial lives can be ...

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  • Does Child Support Come Out of Workers’ Compensation?
    Does Child Support Come Out of Workers’ Compensation?

    Workers’ compensation benefits are paid to workers who were injured in a work-related accident or who are suffering from an occupational disease. When a worker starts receiving workers’ compensation ...

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  • Does Adultery Impact Child Custody in California?
    Does Adultery Impact Child Custody in California?

    Adultery impacts countless relationships and, in many cases, it leads to the breakup of marriages. According to an article published by Business Insider earlier this year, relationship experts and ...

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  • How Do Parents Handle Custody During the Holidays?
    How Do Parents Handle Custody During the Holidays?

    For happily married parents, the holidays are usually a joyous time of year, but for recently separated parents or for parents going through the divorce process , the thought of the holidays can be ...

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  • Child Custody Conflict? How the Courts Look at It
    Child Custody Conflict? How the Courts Look at It

    Child custody is a very important issue. It doesn’t matter if you’re legally separating , filing for divorce , or you were never married to your child’s other parent, the issue of child custody and ...

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  • Understanding Why the Courts Prioritize the Primary Caregiver
    Understanding Why the Courts Prioritize the Primary Caregiver

    Understanding Why the Courts Prioritize the Primary Caregiver When a California judge determines child custody between divorcing spouses, they take many factors into account and heavily consider what ...

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